The following is an excerpt from an article titled Alan Dershowitz and Norwegian Anti-Semitism.
Norwegian Israel-haters routinely insist, of course, that their hatred of the Jewish state is not an expression of anti-Semitism. But the record strongly suggests otherwise — and it’s a record that goes back a long way. Every May 17th, Norwegians cram the streets of their cities, wearing quaint native costumes and waving Norwegian flags to mark the day in 1814 when their nation’s constitution was signed. One fact that has long since been dropped down the memory hole is that the second article of that constitution banned Jews from the country. (The exact sentence, in the quaint Dano-Norwegian of the day, is: “Jøder ere fremdeles udelukkede fra Adgang til Riget.” Translation: Jews are still excluded from admission to the Kingdom.) http://pajamasmedia.com/blog/alan-dershowitz-and-norwegian-anti-semitism/
The following is an excerpt from an article by Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis titled The Tragic Vacuum.
In every generation, anti-Semitism is marketed differently in order to make it more palatable to the masses. During the time of Hitler, it was acceptable to excoriate Jews because of their "racial inferiority." Today, that type of Jew-hatred is not considered politically correct. It has been replaced by the equally pernicious anti-Zionism that loudly proclaims it is not against Jews the civilized world protests but against the "oppressive policies of Israel." But we all know only too well that anti-Israelism and anti-Semitism are one and the same.
Rebels in eastern Libya say their forces have been mistakenly hit in a Nato air raid.
...It is the third such incident in recent days involving international forces deployed to protect Libyan civilians.
There is considerable anger among rebel troops after what appears to have been a terrible mistake.
They are asking why rebel units were hit, when they could be seen clearly advancing in a westerly direction towards the front line.
"It is unbelievable," said one Benghazi resident. "Nato, with all the equipment they have - is this the second mistake? Is it really a mistake or something arranged secretly.
Though NATO and the US have been shrugging off most reports of civilian killings in their strikes, they have come under renewed scrutiny since a top Catholic official in Tripoli said that his city alone lost 40 civilians in the bombing campaigns.
Where is the Goldstone report about the intentional killing of civilians by Nato forces? Or are we only concerned when Israel stands accused?